“Loved loved loved working with Kim. Her fun and creative energy was infectious. She was able to pick up on our style very quickly. The design for our office, living room, front entry and master suite knocked it out of the park!
It seriously was the easiest process working with her. As a busy small business owner it was so nice to have everything taken care of, from contractors to installation, she made the process as breeze. We are so in love with the end result, now we just need to hire Kim to finish the rest of our house!”
-Melissa + Mick (Modern Phoenix Eclectic Project)
"Ok everyone...listen up...STOP WHAT YOU’RE DOING AND HIRE KIM RIGHT NOW. It will be one of the best decisions you have ever made!!
My husband and I hired Kim to help us with our San Francisco flat. Kim was not only amazing and flexible with our design, but she was completely understanding when I changed by style (whoops...went from farmhouse to boho). She was accommodating, understanding, and happy to make the change.
We seriously couldn’t be more happy with our design. Everything is perfect...seriously....every little detail. I wish I could invite you over to show you!! We now absolutely love hosting friends at our home, having date night in our home...etc. She has completely changed the space we live in. Worth every single penny!!!
In addition, she is a complete joy to work with and a pleasure to have around. We love her!"
-Erica + Brendan (Natural Boho Project)
"I'm over the moon ten times over with my new space designed by Kim. The edgy romantic vibe captured my personality and for once in my life, i feel like this is my domain! i saved thousands by letting Kim do her thing and she made the process easy and seamless. the reveal was hgtv style - i came back from a day at the spa and it was completed! she nailed it and stuck to my budget which was important to me. i will use her in the future for all projects. a true inspiration to work with and I feel so blessed to have my loft reflect who i am. Thanks again kim!!!!!!!"
-Tracey (Cozy Minimalist Project)